Title taken from image. Winter shot of United States Army Corps of Engineer's company area at Fort Raymond, Seward. Snow covered vehicles in foreground; several buildings in background. Original photograph size: 3 x 4 3/4 inch.
Journal kept by Captain Edwin F. Glenn, commanding officer of the 1898 U.S. Army Expedition to Cook Inlet in southcentral Alaska. June 29-Oct. 23, 1898.  pages ; 23 cm. The main task of the expedition was to explore the country north of Cook...
Photograph shows soldiers, plates in hand, standing in a long line in front of the mess table, waiting for food. A series of tents is visible in the background. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
From caption: "H[ead]q[uarters] B[at]t[e]ry 1st B[attalio]n 250th C[oast] A[rtillery], Sitka 1941." View of soldiers of the Headquarters Battery, First Battalion, 250th Coast Artillery standing at attention for an inspection in Sitka, Alaska,...
Inside view, looking seaward, of covered, Japanese submarine beaching railway, tracks leading to waterfront; a soldier passes large submarine handling cradles on left; warships are visible through opening
Men work to organize supplies; tractor trailer transports load of boxes; pyramid tents erected in background; American flag raised on power pole over a captured bunker [machine gun nest] Photographer's number 5594
Areas of deep mud near shore; visible in frame are remnants of Japanese occupation: telegraph (or power) poles, fire hydrant, defensive fortifications; American warships just offshore and landing craft at beach Photographer's number 5600
Large bulldozer in foreground; debris, supplies, and telegraph (or power) poles in background Note on verso: "Mud was very deep in low spots, but volcanic rock and sandstone more predominate in higher places." Photographer's number 5599